Where can I look to find out when my next court date will be?

The clock link will take you to the Appearance Times Page where you can search the WiCourts.gov "CCAP" database to "find your" case(s). You can use a simple statewide search by using your first and last name. It will bring up everyone with that name, so you may need to verify which case(s) are yours. If you know your case number, you could type the case number and select the county your case is filed in.

There is also a "Kiosk" located on the 2nd floor of the Courthouse for the public to use to look up circuit court cases that are scheduled for a hearing that day.

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1. Where can I get information for applying for a passport?
2. How can I have my criminal court record expunged or pardoned?
3. Where can I look to find out when my next court date will be?
4. Why am I getting text messages to remind me of my upcoming court hearing?
5. Where can I get information on getting a restraining order?
6. I can't find my ticket or case on wicourts.gov (aka "CCAP") when I use case search?
7. Someone I know was picked up last night or over the weekend. When will he/she have an appearance?
8. If I post bond, do I have to appear at all appearances?
9. How long before my bond money is returned to me?
10. How do I get my bond money returned?